2018 Admissions New Record


source:   Release time:2018-05-16 09:30:21

As of April 9, 116 students, who were enrolled by the International Department in 2015, received nearly 700 admission letters from universities in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, France, Switzerland, and New Zealand! The International Department breaks a new record in terms of the total number of admissions offer, the overall admission rate, and the amount of scholarship.


82% of the students applying for the universities in the United States were admitted to the TOP 50 universities in the United States and received 119 admission letters from the TOP 50 universities.


96% of the students applying for the universities in Canada were admitted to the TOP 5 universities in Canada and received 84 admission letters from the TOP 5 universities. Moreover, 100% were admitted to the TOP 10 universities in Canada.


63% of the students applying for the universities in the United Kingdom were admitted to the TOP 5 universities and received 17 admission letters from the TOP 10 universities in the United Kingdom.


100% of the students applying for the universities in Australia were admitted to the TOP 8 universities in Australia, and received 101 admission letters from the TOP 8 universities.


In terms of scholarships, the students admitted to the universities in the United States received scholarships of over USD 2.1 million, those admitted to the universities in the Canada received over RMB 1.5 million.


In terms of destination countries, our students received offers offirst-rate universities from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, France, Switzerland, New Zealand and other countries. Also for the first time a student received the admission letter from Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris, whose major of Politics and International Relations ranks the fourth in the world.


In terms of major selection, students not only selected majors from popular fields of business, science and engineering, humanities and social sciences, and natural sciences, but also from less popular ones, such as Equestrian Science, Politics and International Relations, and Illustration.